Youth Leadership raises funds for outreach centers


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Indian Lake High School Youth Leadership representative Darrian Dorsey presents a check for $822 dollars to Drew Shick from the Russells Point and Chippewa Outreach Center.

Courtesy photo Indian Lake High School Youth Leadership representative Darrian Dorsey presents a check for $822 dollars to Drew Shick from the Russells Point and Chippewa Outreach Center.


Courtesy photo Indian Lake High School Health Teacher Ryan Lillard avoids the block and sends a kill down the line for the "Staph Infection."


LEWISTOWN – The Indian Lake High School Youth Leadership group raised more than $820 for the Chippewa and Russells Point Outreach Centers during their annual Volleyball Tournament right before school let out for Thanksgiving Break.

Twenty student teams played through the bracket for a chance to take on the staff team. At the end of the day students crowded into the gym to watch the prevailing team of students called “Setsy and I Know It” play “Staph Infection.” Setsy started off strong, but eventually fell in two games to the undefeated Infection.

The money raised will be used for the Outreach Center’s Christmas Party and to buy gifts for kids.

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Indian Lake High School Youth Leadership representative Darrian Dorsey presents a check for $822 dollars to Drew Shick from the Russells Point and Chippewa Outreach Center.

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Indian Lake High School Youth Leadership representative Darrian Dorsey presents a check for $822 dollars to Drew Shick from the Russells Point and Chippewa Outreach Center.

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Indian Lake High School Health Teacher Ryan Lillard avoids the block and sends a kill down the line for the "Staph Infection."

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Indian Lake High School Health Teacher Ryan Lillard avoids the block and sends a kill down the line for the "Staph Infection."

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Submitted by Indian Lake Local Schools.

Submitted by Indian Lake Local Schools.